We had a little Polish chick born three days ago with a foot bent inwards and a pea sized exposed yolk sac. (yolk sac is almost gone now) He was last born, was leaking dark fluid, was half zipped for many hours and his shell was stuck to the bottom of the incubator. I ended up assisting the hatch.) There were temp issues (spikes and drops) during incubation. The other three chicks are fine however. I think he/ she is a loud , fiesty , determined little chick who has a good shot at life if I don't dork it up to badly. And here are the questions: How much sugar do you add to the water when you guys say "water with sugar"? How many times a day should I be offering food and water? I've been using a tiny needless syringe and hes taking 0.5 to 1.0 mls every 2-3 hours of very diluted hard boiled egg yolk and sugar water, or just plain sugar water. What else can I feed him to get his strength up? He is not interested in chick starter at all. Is yogurt ok or should I wait? Since he cant really stand yet, I can't have him in with his hatch mates. Has anybody else had chick ortho issues and when did they integrate their chicks with the rest? (I've got him semi supported but separated in a small box in the brooder) Ive seen the pics of spraddle leg, but what do they call a bent foot? I need to know what to search under. I've noticed a lot of chicks with issues are last born. What are some of the reasons for this? Thank you for any information or stories of your birds with similar issues you can share.